It's now possible to pull in and display any of your GitHub repositories on your dev.to profile. Profiles get a lot of traffic on the site because people like to know who's behind the posts and comments, and we want to make this experience richer. Future integrations may include Stack Overflow questions you've answered, or any other indications of your software development work that might be scattered across the web.
We got a lot of feedback encouraging this feature. People recognized, and we agree, that GitHub profiles are not telling the whole story of you as a developer. We hope that our profiles will help tell your story.
You can see it in action on my profile (desktop only for the moment).
If you want to add GitHub repos to your profile, go to /settings/integrations to add yours. It's nice to see that several folks have already discovered this on their own.
More improvements are coming, and the site is becoming less and less buggy. We are also getting closer to our goal of open-sourcing the project. One major "feature" is that we're putting some more care into the design aesthetics and have some big improvements coming in that regard.
We also have a new feature called the hiring tag where your company can post that you're hiring developers. We plan to charge for this feature, but it's free for now while we work it out. If you are looking for work, you should follow the tag. We'll have more info regarding the special features of this tag, but for now just follow it or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you're not sure how to make a listing.